Alcohol

St. Patty’s Day safety in students’ hands

St. Patrick’s Day is often an unexplained, collective agreement between students to drink a lot — but there’s no obligation for their school to be the designated driver.Continue...

Cheers to healthier drinking

With the peak drinking season upon us — Homecoming and Halloween are a week apart — our livers aren’t in the best condition.

But it doesn’t have to be that way.

There’s this...Continue...

Address drinking at the root

Breathalyzer tests aren’t the solution to impeding prom drunkenness.Continue...

St. Patrick’s parties drizzled out

This past Monday, the streets were filled with shivering students dressed in green for the celebration of St. Patrick’s Day.Continue...

QJScience: A drinking substitute?

It’s probably not hard to imagine spending an evening predrinking with friends, walking downtown to a bar where you continue drinking and then trudging back home at 3 a.m. What might be hard to...Continue...

Decrease in residence alcohol use after ban

In-residence alcohol violations during Orientation Week have decreased since last year. This comes as the residences alcohol ban continues into its third year.Continue...

A new home-coming

It’s hard to predict what the homecoming weekends this fall will look like.Continue...

Alcohol review looks at changing campus bars

The draft for a new Queen’s alcohol policy, which will result in more restrictions for on-campus pubs and residences, will soon be finalized.Continue...

Alfie's looks to boost booze security

Alfie’s is looking to install gates over its bars to prevent theft of alcohol.Continue...

Disorder overblown

Research from the University of Missouri suggests that a growing number of students forgo meals during the day in order to save calories for drinking alcohol at night. An Oct. 19 article from the Calgary Herald reported on the apparent trend that has been dubbed “drunkorexia.”Continue...

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